Joseph sale part two

The Joseph sale continues this week with up to sixty percent off a wide array of items. We couldn't resist profiling another batch of our favorites, that's how good (and rare) this sale is.

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The Ade Rib Plisse skirt is pretty stunning. Its shape is best on people with slim waistlines. We love the monochromatic look shown here or it would also be great with black. As we transition to fall, throw on a cute chunky black sweater and shoe boot. The model is wearing it with a really cool cross-body bag that we profile below.

This gorgeous blue color is the best part of the Alisson Crepe De Chine dress. It's flattering on a multitude of skin tones. We love how the V-neck creates a lovely, long silhouette and if you play with the tie, you can give the dress a few different looks. This piece would also be awesome with a wide belt. Wear it with a heel or any kind of boot. Size down one size.

The gold color of this Donall Satin Double Face dress is not for everyone. You know if you look good in it and if you do, this is a gorgeous dress. It's best on a fairly straight up and down body type because it's so slim. Love this with a bulky, black, asymmetrical sweater over on top or a denim blazer like this (perfect) one from Nili Lotan.

This silk top, the Bowell, is a great basic to wear casually. This can be a great basic silk shirt. Roll the sleeves and unbutton the top buttons and don't be afraid to tuck it into your jeans. We love the standard black and the rose is also very pretty, especially with denim.

We love these two royal blue pieces worn as a suit or as separates. Don't be afraid to wear it as a suit, embrace the bright monochromatic look-super modern. We love The Marshall Toile de Laine blazer becasue it's oversized and needs no layer underneath. Key styling tip for boyfriend blazers: make sure you hem the sleeves as needed. That's the key to not looking like you're drowning or wearing someone else's clothes.

The Sloe Toile de Laine trousers are the perfect complement to the blazer, but they would also be great with just a white or black T shirt. Like we mentioned last week, Joseph pants are the BEST in terms of quality and fit. Wear these with white or black shoes.

The merlot color of the Bok Chintz halter top is very pretty. And the cut is great for showing off your shoulders. We like this piece with a slim pant and a heel (rather than a long, wide pant as shown). Because the top is so long, you want the pants to be flat on top so they don't add bulk to your waistline.

The Lema Ramie Voile Plisse dress is a super cute end of summer piece. Throw a little jacket over top in the early fall. Consider adding a black belt, even if it doesn't line up perfectly with the seams. Also, check out how cute this bag is with the dress - we profiled it last week and it's still on sale.

This leather waist bag, the Harley, can be worn multiple ways. We like it worn crossbody hanging on your back. In this neutral rust tone, it lends a nice pop of color to an otherwise monochromatic look, especially if you're wearing all navy. We also really like the beige color which would look great with all black and all white. Great for travel.